Christian Sandström, a researcher of technological changes, talks about the theory of disruptive technologies and explains how these innovations emerge at a small scale and eventually grow to displace dominant technologies. He compares its mechanisms of evolution to those of the social phenomena, suggesting that governments are not a static and conservative structure but a social technology that can disrupt the status quo and can perform radical changes.
Law and Governance as Disruptive Technologies Christian Sandström, Zachary Caceres
Aula Socrática Carl Menger Universidad Francisco Marroquín Guatemala, June 12, 2013
A New Media - UFM. Guatemala, June 2013 Camera: Diego Chajón, José Galindo; digital editing: Michelle Maldonado; index and synopsis: Juan Diego Vizcaíno; content reviser: Sofía Díaz; publication: Michelle Maldonado
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Christian Sandström holds a PhD in Innovation Management from Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden. His research interests concern technological shifts and how they change industries. He currently works at the Chalmers University of Technology and the Ratio Institute.